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GAZETTE, LAB VEGAS, ST. M., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER '24, 1880. NO. 114. LAS r MARWEDE,ViiLOER &. CO. Healer in HARDWARE Woodenware, . STOVES i TINWARE ASI . ITouseFit rn ishing Goods KoseuwiiH's Block, ou PI l. AS ;VKA; SEW MEXICO. A. Desmonta p a i k t e i:: Frp.coe, graining, v. caTSwVinig, paper hanging, etc Leave orders with M. Heine on the plaa. Reliable Insurande LIVEKPOOL AND GLO& HOME, OF NEjJMMlSJf. SPUING FJE MA- IIAMDUltO-iÍAi'.nEBVlía, HAM BURG, ííEÜVANY. K. IS K O W X I G. oi fici: 1 ?f 'Sew tm . "BILLY'S" In Dpld's Block. North v'er.Cor. ot'he Vlaz'i-l The mot elegiuit nppointcd'salooit in the Southwest. The finest liquors in the country... Mii'ed drinks a spec ialty. Opcirday nd night. Coffirs, Casks, And Undertaking Coeds ot all Kinds Kept Constantly on Hand. 3?n.-A.3xri3: ogden, I. AS VEGAS, X. M. All Ordev Promptly Tilled. J. N. FURLONG, PHOTOGRAPHER. Gallery iu the Bear ot the Exchange Hotel, West Las Vegas. EIGHAED "DTTlsriEsr, xotaky i'uklic. N. J. PETTIJOHN M. D . PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hot Springs and Las Vegas, chronic Diseases and Pispas' ol Females n Specialty IIOl SPRINGS 8 to 12 A. M I. AS VKG AS Central Drugstore, 2 to til". M OTERO Y JEAGER, Traficantes en AJnrits, Provisiones, Zacate, etc., por Fleteros. G-TT A. JD A.Xj A. J" A-IEfc-A., I omliKln lo Lincoln, New Mexico. J. Fit AN (JO CI! A VES, Attorney at Lsuv ALtltlOU KH'jt'E, - - - - VKW MEXICO 5!. SALAZAIÍ. ATO It .v ; 1'- A T- I j A 17. LasVeoas New Mkxh o AriiitinlHlrntor'n .'llcc Notice is hcivl giren that the Hon Proliatt Court in and lor the comity 01 San Miguel, anil Terriiui y of New Mexico, has appointed tl'C un dersigned udminixtriilór I the enlate ol Frank ;tmiinin, iieeeascd. All persons indeliled P mud esl.iti; will make immediate settlement ; flinf all pirsons hnvinif elnims ajjninst mild e tatu will proscnt them wiihin twelve niontin. . M. BIU'NMV ILK, H;."i-ly Ailininiittrutor. t.an Venas, N. M ., Feb. "Hi, ISSn. foic sam:. A tlrnt-elaKS xtoek raneh at Canoncito, near thn Conchos. Good water lacililies, (rood limine with hU roonn, stable, (rood well, eic. AtfijodtitU will re given. For part oiilavs enquire . f 90-lm MUS. Y Küll . Xollee to t'oiilrnrtorn, Sraled bids will bn received nn to8 o'clock p. in., December Dili, láo, by the Las Vega Ho. tH 'Old imnrovementCo fir the biiildl gof the miperm picture ol !tho American Hotel, to b three st-iries. high, built ol b Ick. Plana and apoi lllefttlona chii be feen at the odice of lhe architect Chan. Wheeloek. A II bids to bo ad dresfPdt iGeo J. Diukel, aecretary. I.as Ve (tas. N. M. Tho rlirht Id teserved to reject any or all bids. Uy order oí the board or d.rcrors. CHAS. BLANCHAUD, Pre-. lu Tfi, K. M., íííTíHiOor Mu Hi), m TELEGRAPHIC. The Sacrctary of State Denies Having Information of the i'h in ese Tieaty. ííf T.ie Sen-York liitlitfrilies Will Prevent the Playing of the Passioii Play."" James F,. Catch Elected Initcri Stales Senator from ' Alaban Five i in Tennessee Iie FVoinri4ison Taken by Mistake. Post-Qflloe Eeport. Washington, Nov. 23. The annual report ofthu Postmaster General pre sents an amount of statistical inlbr- naiiou concerning the operations ot i he department, which has already been published in abstracts of report from hi subordinate officers. AttffnSjt tentiou is invited to the statement of Asst Postmaster General Bradv'J respecting state service transpor lion and last year's deficiency. In careful consideration to have restrict- ed postal service, ?Wre tT-," "twyMinl religious circles. Iu speafc tions of 79 and inadequate to the ' wants of the people, he has carefu.ly revised the esfi unites of Gen. Brady for the uext fiscal year's mail trans portation in all its brandies and ap proves all as being in accordance with appropriations, is recommended for continuance of special mail facili- 'ics on railroads, such as extra trains with mails only and acceleration to regular trains carrying mails which people have enjoyed for several years paht. It is not doiiDted that regular and frequent mail steamship commu nication with Mexican, Central and South American and trans-Paciiic ports would jji'ove important auxiliar ies to American commerce and I think it would be a wise measure of public policy to encourage by appro prime legislation the establishment by our owu citizens, of American lines of steamers to such of said ports as will In the judgement ol congress promote our commercial interests. 1 ihink it would be a wise measure to amend lhe general law on the subject so as to authorize the payment by lhe Postmaster General of just and reas onable compensation wiihin a pre scribed maximum limit and commen surate with the iniDortauce of service performed, to such Hues 'of American steamers as may be employed under a contract with the department in transporting mails to Mexican, South and Central American and traas-I'a-cilic ports. Money order system con tinues to grow in popular favor. The Superintendent of the system suggests a plan for the reduction ot fees which seems very feasible and which is com mended to lhe attention of congress, (lis plan is to reduce lhe lee for mon ey orders not exceeding $0 to 5 cents and extend the máximum limit of an order from 4ó9 to s?1(jO, so that the increased commissions received for large orders may ollVet the loss re sulting from reduced fee for small or de s. Foreign money order lnisiuess and letter carrier system is iu a high ly satisfactory condition. Land Question Settled. Washington, D. C, Nov, '23. -The commissioner of (he general land of lice to-day rendered a final decision in a long pendingca cot Rancho Baca vs, Santoy Mon icio, scven-t welfihs of which arc owlicd by Senator Jones and C. C. linker, and the remainder by the original grantees. The novel question presented to Commissioner Williamson was whether he had juris diction to dictate a selection of the quality of the land confirmed on, wiihin a designated boundrv, in a case like this where the owners could not agree upon a selection. He de cided that he has jurisdiction, holding that tinder a decisi n of the supreme court upon a proper construction of mi net of July 1st 1861, the making of such sect ions by the owners of a grant is not. a right but only a privilege given by the gene rosily of lhe gov eminent, in cases where they confi'm and agree upon a selection. lie then proceeded to order the excels of 822 acres to he thrown off from the eastern portion of the tract commenciusr ai the fttrthcubt corner of tho uridicitd possession the part of the area thus registered as adj iccut to the town of Santa Mouico. The decision is favor able to Jone? and Baker. Hay's Say. Washington, Nov. 23. -Col. John Hay assistant secietary of state, now actmg secretary, during Secretary Ev ans' absence, authorizes as positive and sweeping contradiction of all the despatches purporting to give the gi neral terms oi the new Chinese treaty upon the authority of informa tion alleged to have been received by the state department, lie says the state department has not placed any information as to the purport of the treaty, which is said to be signed, and that although of course, it may be safely assumed, to be in accordence with the commissioners intentions in other statements purporting tí be tel egraphed from Washingten concern ing it, is merely imaginary. Your correspouuent is also enabled to say that it is in the highest degree im probable. that any such detailed stip ulations as those imagined by San Francisco could come from a part ot the treaty, for the commissioners in structions contemplated ouly clearing the way for legislative action by congress. A Miraculous Sermon. ew York. Nov. 23.-ltev. Dr JlAkf. a well known evangelist clerg- of lhe Episcopal church, preach ed a sermon Sunday evening which attracts much attention in leading lit- i te-oí' reputed miracles at Lourdes, France, lie said, no one dares attempt to deny that multitudes .ot cures took place there. ' The lame leaped, The deaf heard, The blind saw. It will never do in this generation to deny this authenticated fact. The Doctor related w'hat he himself had seen .there in evidence of genuineness of the cures which be declared were the effect of simple, unquestionable faith. Call the Romish svstem what you will, said he, a half trulh. or trulh wholly overladen with error, here nevertheless are the facts. The Rom an Catholic church is wise abovo all other "societies of believers. I do not find it in any heart to impugn their tyóíivesfind in my puny impatience I am striving to attain to the same re sult. Effeot of cold on tho Market. New York,, November 28. The Commcrci'il Bulletin says the weath er is playing into the hands of the bulls on stock exchange, produce ex change and cotton exchange. The sudden freezing up of the state caunls catchiiiL' some 10.000.000 bushels of grain of all kinds in the ice, which cas caused wheat to advance from $1, 23 1 -'2 to .fi 1.28 1-1. The despatches from Buffalo say the ice is four inches thick and boatmen say the closing is filial for the season. Accounts from Syracuse, however, indicate hope of opening the canal tor sonic distance as an ice boat has been sent to break up the ici'. At most some six million bushels wil! be eraccd from the supply until May next, but with nn enonnou- stock iu the interior and still a large visable supply remaining after this deduction the effect of this surprise noon tho lírico can hardly be expect ed to prove permanent. About Alaska. Chicago, November 23. The Inter Ocean's suggestion is delicately given out at Washington, that it might bi well for the government to get rid of A sakti bv easing it. It might he as well for Ih'; Government not to re store slavery under such u guise. In the Seal Fur Isles that is what has practically been done and niistakable Ahites permitted to sell what they have for sale only to t commercial eomnauy, and supplied with what they want of lhat company. Only tlnv are put in a condition to he an completely robbed of all the fruits of their laboras they were under slave owners. Tho last, case of the remain der of Alaska territory signifies the extension merely of (he disgraceful state of affairs. Shot in the Mouth. Denver, Nov. '23. -The News Lead villc special says of lhe shooting this afternoon. Liunb ami Duggan were in their sleighs and collided. Af er some words Lamb drew bis revolver and pointed at Duggan telling him to pull bask. The latter did so saying "you have the drop on mo this timo " and stepping back behind his sleigh pulled his revolver and shot Lamb in the mottth, killing him almost instantly Duggan then gave himself up. Lamb was a saloon keeper and Duggan it X'Ctty roaribul May Produce Important Results. Washington, D, C , November 23. It is stated that Secretary Thomp son in his forthcoming annual report will express the opinion lhat Com modore Shufeldt's missiou lo Corea may yet produce impoitant results. He has succeeded in removing most, if not all the irritation caused by the trouble when the Shenandoah was there some years ago. Kffbris will be continued to have the ports of that countiy opened to tho world. The Coreaus already buy many American goods, preferring them to the Euro pean and obtaining tho u throng Ja pan. Poor Whittaker. New York, Nov. 23. Tho Herald reports a conversation with Officer Conrad of the West l'oinr Academy, as lo the effect of the petitions now circulating, requesting the President to restore Cadet Whittaker to his former place and allow him lo gradu ate an officer, said, while the Presi dent can send the Cadet back to West Point as often as he pleased, he cau not graduate him. No member ot the present board could or would sign Whitt&ker's diploma. He has conspicuously failed after repeated attempts to pass the examination. Fraads. Cincinnati, O., Novembor 23. A s arlling forgery and land frauds were discovered and A. TiiUh, Jacob Nine and M. Golderick wore arrested and indicted. Tullís, who is a lawyer, has been making deeds to the lands of Mc Golderick in Iowa, Tennessee, Mis souri and Illinois, which land was owned by the executrix of the es tate of Jeremiah Tullis. who died two years ago. The deeds were dat ed a year or two before his death. McGoldericks would deed laud to another parly and it would be sold to innocent victims. Ten thousand acres have been sovrans ferred iu lhe vicinity of Ft. Dodge, Iowa. Not Dead. Washington, Noy. 23. A paragraph ias been going the rounds of the newspapers to lhe effect that John A. Sulti r, the discoverer of o()id iii Cal ifornia, who died in Washington re cently was hurried beside th" grave of his wife in Marwin cemetery in Lilz, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Suiter has written to this city saying that she if not dead and presses Gen. Suiter's claim for $50.000 before congress lor payment. Versus the Passion Play. New lork, Nov. 23. 'i he board of aldermen adopted resolutions con demning the production of the Pas sion play and calling on the corpora lion attorney for an opinion whether existing laws arc sufficient to prevent its introduction and if not what pow er ihey had to prohibit plays. If they had none ho was instructed to prepare au ordinance covering the case. Al derman Marshall alone opposed the resolution. The Strikers. Manchester, November 23. The ag itation for advanced wages in Lancas hire was renewed at a meeting of the representatives of weavers at lilack burn. Resolutions were passed offer ing that improvement has taken place in the cotton trade and expressing hope lhat the employers would now give the promised increase. Terrible Mistake Kno.will, Nov. 23. -At a rercption of Gov. Howbell and wife at Ihe resi dence of the brid'-s father here near Kingston, aseuic was taken by mis take for ioda. Five persons died from the effects and about thirty per sons made seriously ill. Shot. Dead wood, D. T November '3. J. A, I logan shot, ano fatally wound ed Dan Falvey, a miner, in Central Cily Ibis forenoon. A mob got alter llogau intending to lynch him but finally surrendered him over to Ihe sheriff. Elected Senator. Montgomery, November '23. In tho Alabama legislature to-day James L. Fatch received the unanimous vote of the senate and house for U. S. Sena tor. The two houses meets in joint session to-morrow to declare the rc sull. Anti Whiskey. Boston, November 23. The stock holders of lhe Old Colony railroad to day directed its officers to en ploy no person he eatter who uso intoxicants. This is to prevent accidents on the road. Burned. Pittsburg, November 23. Tho Print ing establishment of Hoslettcr & Smith Bitters manufactory burned to day. Lou $0,000. luiured. Serious Accident. St. Paul. Miuu., November 23. Il is reported that a serious accident happened to the construction train on the Hastings Sc Dakota railroad. Four men were killed and two injured. No names or particulars yet. The Blockade Continues. Albany, N. Y., November 22. The advices from points aloug the canal state that the blockade continues and that the present outlook is not favor able. The weather is moderating slightly. liapliwt KiiiMltiy Krliool ruetit. Fntcrtnln- The following is the programme of the Jiaptist Sunday school entertain meut to be given at Baca ball on Wed nesday eveneng: Anttoch. Pr;ycr and chorus. Old Man's Darling, or Young Mau's Slave. My Redeemer. Madam Madcap. Before and After Marriage. Solo. Alexander and the Robber. Duett. Chatterbox, Solo. Filer Boy. Solo. San Dolphin. Wrile Mo a Letter from Home. Lost Pan taloons. Yankee Lover. Parlor Drama. Blind Girl. Judge and Wit ness Gipsy Countess. New Church Organ. Jedediah. Comity School Superintendent and Arkansas School Teacher. Temperauce Sn . -- A parly of serenaders gathered in front, of the National Hotel Monday night to give Tom Gartrell and his bride Mrs. Starbird, the benefit of a charivari. It so happeud that a a newly married couple from In diana were stopping at the hotel, Gartrell and Mrs. G. having gone to the Springs, and after the llooiicr bridal party, through t e bridegroom had made the proper acknowledg ment, he was informed that it was a vase of misplaced confidence. Geo. A. Slaley arrived from ihe east a few days since with a shipment of fat hogs for Bell & Craig of this city. The day following his brother C. C. Staley, a correspondent for an eastern paper arrived iu town. Neith er knew of the others presence in town and had not seen each other for four years. The co'ored portion of the popu lation will hold a Garfield party at Odd Fellows hall on thanksgiving evening. Dick Ilizcr, the scalper of Victorio's son, has charge of the ex ercises which will consist of a. genu ine, old fashioned plantation break down. WANTED ANTEDA Bitua ion as clerk. Satisftic tion guaranteed. Apply at thiaollice. 1'8-tr. w f AX I ED A pirl to do irenorid housework. V V Apply lor Information at. this otlie. 107 :ll WANTED A Rood engineer engine. Entuiro it t T. !.-r s ore on the plaza. to run a mill ii -to ft son's tf. w ANTED. -One or two i'ur-iislied rooms lor a lady. Enquire at this ollice. FOR SALE. noit UEXT Ono front room P Ilrnnswick's store hy A. Dold. west or M K7-tr. I 'OU SALE- A lot of cluirs, buffalo robes, 1 iwe double el ol Harness. Inquire ol A Dold. 87-tr. IX) II SALI'., Toree llrst-elass lots in the new I town, on the hill adjoining Ihe residence of I . W . Love on the south . H.ist Location in the city. Apply to A. J. Houghton. 8,'itf. 1 ,1UU SALE. A good saddle horse, by Mrs U Desmuráis. I IMK EOlt SALE. liv Moore & Hull', at the ji Hot Springs. Leave orders atllerberl & Co's drug store, on the plaza rOlt SA LE. l()(i head or entt'e For further V nilormallor uiiplv to .Infla Uros., Liis c- ins, and A Nelison & Co., Anton Chico, N. M. ÍTOU SAI.E--A good sixteen horse powei JL ileum engine, all in running order and larpo enough to run a flour mill. Any person dctiinng lo see it running can do so niiy day at my pinning null at I.us vegas. Apply lor terms t JOHN II. WUUTEN. :ti)-tf Dissolution A'oltre' Notice is hereby given that tho tlrm doing business under the name and stylo of Hell A C rtan in Las Vrgas, X. M., i-tills day disolv ed by mutual con-ent, W. .1. Curtail having sold his interest in said store to T. 1'. Craig. The new linn, of liell, Craig &Co. , will assume all liabilities ai d collect all debts due the rormer firm ofllell & Curtan, l.as Veges, Nov. l'.ith, Is). II. C. nELL, W.J. CAIMAN. BACA HALL FOU UEXT. The proprietor wishing to remove his residence will rent Itaca Hall for the coming season, or will sell It for a reasonable price. The hall Is tho best In tho Territory and is provided with a stugo ami complete scenery. Address, AX IONIO JOSE BACA Las Vegas, N. M. TOST Two large Mack hogs, One a sow, has Ja se ir In the right shoulder made by a cut with an ax, two bills In right ear. One. a large b rn.w lately castrated wilh a crop off of the 1c it ear and a slit in it and a slit in the right ear. A liberal rewa.d will be paid for in for mutlon leading to tho iccovery of tho sume. Leave word al Lockhnrt A Co'g fui nitiiro store. I'i7-U': A. . Andrews c& Co., híiíikIi Ave.. 1 bicBiro. i'.iilav,..l Tii. a ............... si i.urL'csi .Man no rs n ine worm ol t kji.nuu. ucaao a.uA ajjjhi abusi I w e continue to make tne celebrated sdovrtail "Triumph" desk Centen'l A Paris first awards! Also 6o kinds of Globes ; k .kinds of Klackbonnli patent I Du.tlo. Erasers, Kindtrgartea MuttrMl, Map, Chart, !t LAt vk;.s nu.i.KiiK. Special Claat in SPANISH, FKOM .-.:r,0TOfi:.",0 P. M. APPLY AT .THE COLLKUE. POR SALE, WOOD! WOOD I WOOD! 101 cords of wood at. I..V) i.f-r load. For fur ther information apply ot this otlicc. George los, a Kent. COAL! COAL! COAL! Delivered at $7 per ton. Leave orders at Lockhnrt & L'o's hardware sture, or at their pinion null otlicc. (.ieorgc Koss, apent. It. ELLIS. sh;n and ornamental PAINTER. We pet up Sitfns on the shortest notice ! la thn latest, style, both jil iin and Taney. LA VEGAS, NEW MEXICO. lyjcCAEFHKY & t.EIIERTT, fames Gebcrly, Ed. McCaffrey. PLASTERERS AND BUILDERS Will attend to all contracts promptly both i' city and country. Give ns a call and try our work. LAS VEGAS, - - NEW MEXICO. E. H. SKIPWITH 7 Physician & Surgeon, Office over Herbert's the Plaza. Drug Store on HOPPBE BEOS,, Dealers In Staple and Fancy Groceries, CLOTHING, BOOTS A SHOES. Produce a Specialty. Orders nllod on short no tice . Proprietors ol the Mmonico Restaurant. East Las Vesas.N. M. C. F. MASTSOFF, Contractor and Builder Las Yogas, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and S..n Marcial. W. G. Ward, Contractor and Buildr.e LAS VEGAS, N. M. W. H. WHITELAW Attorney at Law, Will attend to all legal business promptly, Center Street, East La Vegas, New Mexico. 179-d. rcyv3r isr. lucero, Manufacturer of MEXICAN JEWELRY LAS VEGAS, - - - N. M In Uomero Building, East Side of the I'lazu. W. Steele, JUSTICE OF TIIE I'EACE for Precinct No. !!(, East Las Vegas. Ural Estate, Collecting Agent and Convey ancer. Deeda, Mortgages and Just ices' Klunks loi tile. Ollice on the hill between the old :iud new 'owns. B ii E W E R Y S A L O 0 A ALBERT &.HERBER, Proprietors. Opposite Jaffa Bros., East Side. Fresh Beer always ou Draught. Also Fine Cigars and Whiskey. Lunch Counter in Con nection HOWISON & FABIAN, General Comm'n Merchants ANi) SALESMEN FOU HITS 3 3 , Offica East side I!. II. Ave., opposite Browns A Manzanares. JNO. F. BOS'TWICK. P. O, LY DON DOSTWICK & LYDON Attornoys-nt-Xiaw. Oflice at Exchange Hotel IJtiildinjj. Las Vegas, N. 51. OTERO & JEAGER, Dnalcn In groceriesprovisions, Com, Hay and Forage. Lincoln, County, BIn Mexico. Alex. McLean. Kobt. McLean . Jos. McLean. McLean. Bros., Contractor? and Builders. All kinds of Mason Work. Fin Plastering a Specialty. Contract taken iu any Part of the Territory. Las VegaíjN. 5Í. ALFRED B. HAGER, ATTOENBY AJ.' Xj.A.'W . Dold'sBuildln. LAS VEGAS, N. JM BIBLES! BIBLES! BIBLES! Of everv kind and style, at Rev. 1). W. Cl IVe's. English anil Spanish, or In any other language, for le cheap or given away. M. MATTIIIKSOM, u'"rlfl uleM"wnn, it. u. a. lor w I Mexleo an Arltowa.